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HCA Portsmouth Regional Hospital ER Installation
06th June 2018
HCA Portsmouth Regional Hospital ER Installation


Over 20 large format images were recently installed in the newly renovated Portsmouth Regional Hospital Emergency Room hallways. The images reflect local landscape and cityscape scenes that many will recognize from the communities serviced by the hospital. Hopefully you will never need to go to the ER, but if you do, maybe these will lesson the sting.





Tamworth Panorama - Belknap Dental Dover, NH
24th April 2018
Tamworth Panorama - Belknap Dental Dover, NH


I just delivered an 8 foot canvas panorama image taken in Tamworth, NH to Belknap Dental in Dover, NH. The office was looking to replace some of their framed poster artwork with something colorful, local in nature, and modern. The canvas print was perfect for the large wall and maximized the image without the need to frame. Canvas prints use archival Epson inks, are easy to hang, light weight, and will not fade over time.


Tamworth New Hampshire - Autumn


Near reception, a vibrant sunset overlooking downtown Dover's Cocheco Mills Falls was chosen to beautify that space.


Cocheco Mills Falls - Dover, New Hampshire
NH Lottery Images
24th April 2018
New Hampshire Lottery Images


The NH Lottery has opted to use 3 of my landscape images to decorate their $2 Graanite Giveaway scratch tickets. One of the most interesting licensing uses I have been involved with. The images are available as fine art prints for those interested. Look for these on your Granite Giveaway tickets.




The flower image is from Wagon Hill in Durham; The colorful boats are from Rye Harbor and the mountain image is the southern Presidential Range including Mount Washington during a winter sunset.
Colors of the White Mountains
10th April 2018
Colors of the White Mountains



Autumn Rush - Swift River, White Mountains New Hampshire


Planning to visit NH's White Mountains to sample the photographic diversity this fall? You may be interested in checking out the Destinations Feature Article I wrote this past fall for Outdoor Photographer Magazine. The article outlines some of my favorite locations and tips to organize your trip to make the most of your time during peak fall foliage season.
2017 - A Year In Review
10th January 2018
2017 - A Year in Review


It was a busy year with lots of travel to new places. I spent some time in Fiji on the Island of Naukacuvu. No roads and one trail on the island proved quite relaxing, except for a major tropical storm that blew through. Made for some interesting images, but left the beaches quite a mess. The snorkeling was fantastic, too bad I am not an underwater photographer. The snorkeling and swimming was the highlight of this trip - a real tropical paradise.



Clearing Storm at Sunrise - Naukacuvu Island, Fiji


Upon returning to the US, I traveled up the California coast to the mighty Redwoods. I was hoping to find some of the vibrant Rhododendron trees in bloom among the Redwoods. Lack of spring sun had delayed the flowering trees considerably, but I managed to find a couple of beautiful blooms along the many trails and miles I hiked.



Sheltered Rhododendrons & Redwoods, Del Norte State Park, California


The summer brought me to the mountains of Maine where I explored Gulf Hagas, sometimes known as the Grand Canyon of Maine. The 3 mile slate gorge with 90 foot vertical walls is near the Appalachian Trail and home to hundreds of cascades, swimming holes and named waterfalls.



Screw Auger Falls Cascade, Gulf Hagas, Maine


I hadn't previously done much photography along the coast of Maine and had never been to Acadia National Park, despite it being only 4 hours from me. I made several trips this summer and fall up the coast, visiting lighthouses, rocky harbors and rugged shorelines that were new to me. I even ran into a college friend that I hadn't seen in 25 years, who had picked up photography as well.



Marshall Point Lighthouse at Sunrise, Port Clyde, Maine


Acadia National Park is one of the jewels of Maine, displaying unique pink granite outcroppings on the coast and mountain peaks with 360 degree views. The park is very accessible, allowing me to visit many areas in a single trip.



Boulder Beach, Acadia National Park, Maine



Cadillac Mountain & Otter Bay, Acadia National Park, Maine


An early autumn trip to Grand Teton National Park allowed me to photograph the 1st snow of the year, as several inches fell at various times while in Wyoming. I was able to do some backcountry hiking and camping and visit some of the iconic Teton views. It was a cold, stormy, beautiful trip.


Cascade Canyon & Tetons, Grand Teton National Park


Major travels came to an end in November with a trip to Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks in south central Utah. I had been to Bryce once before, but only for a day with poor photographic conditions. This trip allowed more time to explore various trails and vantage points and get some exciting light - which usually makes or breaks a landscape photo. Capitol Reef is much less visited, but stunning and unique in the way the earth decided to fold and wrinkle on itself for 100 miles.



Bryce Canyon Amphitheater, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah


Please visit my new galleries for images from these trips as well as the New Hampshire and Maine Galleries, as I will be updating them with new images from the past year.
Recent Oversized Commissioned Works
24th May 2017
Recent Oversized Commissioned Works

Some of the recent commissioned works for local businesses. Unique artwork that reflects the business's geographic location can help tie into the brand of their company.


An 11 foot triptych of the South End of Portsmouth, NH in the lobby of Sports Medicine and Atlantic Orthopedics on Route 1 in Portsmouth.


Occupational Health Services located on the Pease Tradeport opted for a 7 foot long Artiplaq mounted image of the Portsmouth waterfront to reflect the working harbor. This clinic treats work related injuries.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Column Mural Installation
27th December 2016





Manchester-Boston Regional Airport has recently completed the installation of two 30 foot photographic murals using two of my most recent images. Franconia Notch's Cloudland Falls and a stand of Birch, Maple, and Poplar wrap around 30 foot high structural supports just behind the TSA inspection point. The murals are 30 x 30 feet and can be viewed as travelers walk by and around the supports. Special photographic techniques were used to create the high resolution files during image capture, and in post processing. The images were then printed using a vinyl adhesive substrate. Passing through the TSA checkpoint should be a little more enjoyable with these views of classic NH imagery.













Birch, Poplar and Maple from Jefferson, NH




Cloudland Falls along the Falling Waters Trail in Franconia Notch State Park, White Mountains, NH.

2016 International Photography Awards Winner
17th November 2016


I am pleased to report that Several Images were awarded Honorable Mentions in this year's International Photography Awards based in New York. The International Photography Awards™ conducts an annual competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. IPA is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation, 501(c) 3 non-profit, charitable foundation whose mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide. The annual programming of Lucie Foundation is funded largely though the International Photography Awards, including the signature event, the Lucie Awards.
University of New Hampshire Alumni Exhibit
12th August 2016

In Suspension



In Suspension was selected to appeared in a juried exhibit at the University of New Hampshire August 31st - October 16th 2016. An opening reception is slated for Thursday September 8th from 6-8 PM. Stop by and say hello if you are in the area. Quite a variety of images will be on view. This image was taken during a recent trip to Jasper National Park in Alberta Canada. I had originally set my goal that morning to photograph the high peaks along the Athabasca River at first light. My plans quickly changed as I stumbled along the slippery rocks along the river after a frost the night before. I knew these ice patterns among the smooth river rocks wouldn't last long, so I decided to spend the early morning photographing the abstract patterns and shapes before they melted. While image will not be for sale during the exhibit, the print is available for those interested.

The exhibit will be held at The University of New Hampshire Museum of Art in Durham, NH.
Bank Of NH Mural
08th August 2016

Portsmouth South End Harbor Panorama


The Bank of New Hampshire recently opened a new branch in the downtown area of Portsmouth, NH and elected to use one of my South End Harbor images to decorate the new space. The image is approximately 20 feet x 12 feet. Enjoy the view as you hit the ATM.



California Academy of Sciences Exhibit
08th August 2016


July Thaw


I am pleased to announce that my image July Thaw taken in Iceland is featured in an exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco from July 29 - October 30th. Information about The Big Picture Exhibit and Winning Images can be found at these links to the Academy's web site.
2015 Memorial Maria Luisa Awards Winner
08th March 2016



I am pleased to announce that 2 images have received Highly Commended Honors in the 2015 Memorial Maria Luisa International Mountain, Nature, and Adventure Photo competition. The Beacon taken in Glacier National Park and The Great Migration, taken in Tanzania were recognized in Spain's most highly regarded mountain and natural environment photography competition. The competition dates back to 1990 and sees over 16,000 entries from 77 counties. The images will be part of a traveling exhibit throughout Spain during the next year. A complete Winner's Gallery and Competition Video can be viewed as well.
Jordan's Furniture Murals - 2nd Round
28th November 2015
Jordan's Furniture Fall-Winter Murals - 2nd Round







After a spring and summer of positive feedback from the NH landscape images that decorated the exterior of Jordan's Furniture in Nashua, NH - new fall and winter images have been installed. Five new murals ranging from the iconic Mount Washington Hotel to wintery summit vistas greet visitors to the store. If you are in the Nashua, check them out this Holiday season and into the spring.
2015 Windland Smith-Rice Award Winner - Landscape Category
27th August 2015
The Smithsonian Awards Ceremony


Photo courtesy Bruce Omori


The Exhibit - Nature's Best Awards





I am excited and extremely honored to announce that my image Autumn in Assiniboine was recently selected as the winning image in the Landscape Category in the 2015 Nature's Best International Photography Competition sponsored by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. (Windland Smith-Rice International Award). A Gallery Review can be found HERE. The image taken last year while backpacking in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia was selected from among 20,000 entries from around the world. The competition is one of the most prestigious and draws internationally recognized nature photographers. The image will be displayed in a photography Exhibit at the Museum of Natural History beginning October 24, 2015 through October 2016. An awards and recognition reception for the opening of the exhibit is scheduled for November 12th 2015. If you're in the area, check out the exhibit. There will be some exceptional wildlife images as well as other landscape images that received Highly Honored awards.
Iceland Summer Adventure
10th August 2015
Aerial / Iceland Adventure




My recent summer exploration in southern Iceland felt more like a return to fall and winter. I felt like I was on a different planet compared to my January visit to the same area. The heavy snows and storms which I encountered in the winter had left their mark and extensive snow fields still remained even at the height of the Icelandic summer. Weather can make or break a photographic trip, and luckily the Norse Gods gave me relatively good weather, though there seemed some rain and storms within eyesight each day. That actually made for some great lighting and much preferred over a blue sky beach day. It was go-go-go most of the time, as there was never true darkness and lots of time to get to locations I wanted to visit. Highlights of the trip included a flight over the Highlands, still thawing out from winter. Seeing the terrain from above was fantastic, and gave me a preview what of I would encounter during my 110 miles of hiking over a 2 week period. The most extensive lupine fields I have ever seen were a welcome surprise on the southern coast. Too many waterfalls to count or photograph, so I concentrated on those when lighting conditions were prime.

More images to come as the editing continues. Enjoy images from southern Iceland in the Iceland Summer Gallery.
Back from Maui
27th May 2015
Maui Travels




Just returned from 9 days on Maui. Never had been there before, but was interested to see how it compared to Kauai and the Big Island which I visited in 2007. The weather was fantastic and getting around didn't take nearly as long as I thought it would. Lots of pretty sunsets and stunning beaches. The beaches on the West coast and Southern coast were pretty busy, but that is paradise for you. Didn't get to the Hana coast for this trip but maybe down the road. Made it up to Haleakala for sunrise twice, with the first visit being the most impressive. Despite the interesting hiking terrain and gorgeous sunsets, the trip highlight was swimming / snorkeling with turtles on most days. Just a unique and intimate experience to be in their world on their terms. No great pics from a crappy little underwater camera, but the sites are still ingrained in my mind. I had similar experiences snorkeling in Kauai. Enjoy images from the Valley Isle in the Maui Gallery.
Mural Sized Images - Jordan's Furniture
25th May 2015
Jordan's Furniture Mural Images Spring / Summer - Round I




Jordan's Furniture in Nashua, NH has just completed an outdoor installation of several of my White Mountain images as part of their exterior renovations this spring.



All are prints enlarged to between 12 and 22 feet wide by 11 feet high. I used special techniques in photographing and post processing the largest panoramic images in case some large prints were needed down the road, but I had no idea of the scale that these would be printed at. I was very impressed with their quality at such large sizes and close viewing distance. I expect the images will be visible for the remainder of the summer / early fall, so if you are in the area be sure to check them out.


Iceland in Winter
21st January 2015


   Just returned from a brief 5 day trip to south east Iceland in search of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). I had never seen them, and it was something I really wanted to experience sooner rather than later! To see them would be great, to photograph them another challenge new to my photography. Night / star photography is something that I haven't gotten into, but shooting the Aurora was a great incentive. In addition, I finally had the opportunity to photograph and explore a glacial ice cave, which is another 1st for me. The last highlight of the trip was photographing the volcanic black sand beach across from Jokulsarlon Lagoon. Seeing ice bergs on a black sand beach was such a unique experience. I found the best images required getting wet, and in 20 degree temps. not the most comfortable conditions. Thankfully I was prepared with the right clothing so spending hours roaming the beach was a real joy. New images from the trip can be found in the Iceland Winter Gallery.

    Weather can be a challenge at this time of year in Iceland. I encountered intense snow and wind storms at some point every day of my trip, but also brief periods of sun as well. With only 4 hours of daylight, I needed to make the most of those times and hope for clear skies at night to see the Aurora. Only a brief 2 hours during my 4th night was clear enough to see the Aurora, but it was still the most memorable time of the trip. A 4 x 4 vehicle with studded tires is the way to go, as hours of driving may go by without seeing another person. Enjoy the new photos!
Canadian Rockies - Autumn Adventure
01st November 2014
I recently returned from 3 weeks exploring the Canadian Rockies during peak Autumn foliage. My travels included Jasper National Park, Yoho National Park, Banff National Park, and Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia. New images from the trip can be found in the Canadian Rockies - Autumn's Splendor Gallery. Weather conditions ranged from warm summer days to winter snow storms. Perfect alchemy for dynamic landscape images. Hope you enjoy the new photos!
Wilderness 50 Competition
13th May 2014
I am pleased to announce that 2 of my images have received Highly Honored awards through Nature's Best Magazine in conjunction with the Smithsonian in Washington, DC as part of the 50 year anniversary of the Wilderness Act.



Clearing Storm - Pemigewasset Wilderness (above) taken atop Zeacliff in NH's White Mountains and Dusy Basin Alpenglow - John Muir Wilderness (below) were 2 of 100 images selected to be used in an exhibit in the Smithsonian and marketing material commemorating the historic event.



Protecting our wild lands is not only good for the environment, but also our soul.